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BP Lama commentary Vimshottari MahaDasha of Guru

  1. Guru in bhava-1 * dig-bala
  2. Guru in bhava-2
  3. Guru in bhava-3
  4. Guru in bhava-4
  5. Guru in bhava-5
  6. Guru in bhava-6
  7. Guru in bhava-7
  8. Guru in bhava-8
  9. Guru in bhava-9 *swabhava
  10. Guru in bhava-10
  11. Guru in bhava-11
  12. Guru in bhava-12 *swabhava

Om Graam Greem Graum Sah Gurve Namah

Professor Guru

Brihaspati * Devapati * Saptarishi

resides in

Sahajabhava * Bhratrusthana * Vikramadaya

Bhava 3


Ju-piter * Dyus-pitr

Enlil * Marduk * Zeus-Deus * Iuppiter * Jove * Her-wepes-tawy

occupies

the third house

fratres

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Encinitas, California : SRF Golden Lotus Tower

provided by students of ** Autobiography of a Yogi 1893-1952 Swami Yogananda

Public Figures

Guru-Meza


Guru-Vrizabha


Guru-Mithunaya


Guru-Karkata * uttama


Guru-Simha


Guru-Kanya


Guru-Thula


Guru in Vrizchika

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Guru-Dhanuzya

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Guru-Makara * nichha


Guru-Kumbha


Guru-Meena

many publications

propagation of information * propaganda

many publications, much advertising, tendency toward pedantry

multiple businesses * many writings, scripts, announcements

multiple scriptures, drawings, plans, itineraries, conversations, explanations, descriptions, instructions, announcements, cohorts, entourages

growth and expansion of the communicative devices

many liturgies * many scriptures * much detailed worship


Guru as a tenant in swabhava of Brihaspati's enemy Budha = faith-vs-details conflict between this daily-business tenant and His philosopher-preacher landlord.

Cosmic wise Guru, in the swabhava of practical administrator Budha, grows the team and expands its contribution to the larger organization. Optimistic communication style.


Entourage

Well-liked in commercial environments. Optimistic for team success, and attributes credit to the team .

  • France-Emperor 1769-1821 Napoleon Bonaparte was famed for his superb military teamwork and generous accrediting of his managers which helped keep morale high and allowed the French forces to win even when they were greatly outnumbered

Guru-3's endeavors produce benefit in all aspects of general business administration - sales, marketing, advertising, public relations, et-cetera.

Expands the range and method of media-communications . Broad skills in group collaborative activity such as meetings, short-term business travel, conference planning, and any type of writing .

  • conspiracy-theory exponent David Icke = a former BBC broadcaster (3) = remarkable success in promoting his unusual, inclusive (Guru) theories via conference planning (3) and public speaking (3) . yuvatipathi-7 in 3 gains the strong support of his first wife in managing his communications business.

  • POTUS-35 Profiles in Courage 1917-1963 John F. Kennedy is considered to have won the 1960 presidential election on the strength of his television debates. Unlike his opponent POTUS-37 Watergate 1913-1994 Richard Nixon, who looked unkempt, Kennedy appeared suave, polished and articulate on camera.

Busy Busy Busy

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Many Philosophical Publications

  • Institutes 1509-1564 John Calvin * yuti Rahu

  • Waste Land 1888-1965 publisher T.S. Eliot + Mangala

  • Raja Yoga 1863-1902 Swami Vivekananda was a busy monastic administrator, wrote translations of numerous sacred text, and composed thousands of explanatory lectures

Many Meetings, Many Announcements

  • POTUS-pair-02 Letters Abigail Adams * Thula-Guru-3 kahala-parivartamsha Dhanushya-Zukra-5. Her extraordinarily influential correspondence with her husband and his colleagues facilitated a trans-Atlantic conversation (3) on the foundational political philosophy (Guru) and policies of the New Republic.

  • POTUS-pair-11 Polk Place 1803-1891 Sarah Childress Polk was said to have met regularly with businessmen and journalists in order to promote her husband's career. She also generated voluminous correspondence detailing the reasons (Kanya) that his policies were correct. With her husband rarely at home, she did the bookkeeping and sales for their plantations.

  • POTUS-pair-22-24 Needlework 1864-1947 Frances Folsom Cleveland yuti Rahu * a popular and frequent communicator whose attractive image was appropriated for selling (3) uncountable numbers of products. College-educated, she planned (3) wrote and organized much correspondence and attended many meetings. vidyapathi-5 Thula-Guru-yuti-Rahu-3 is exceptionally gainful in messaging (3) activities. Although her husband was blamed for weak leadership during the Panic of 1893 Frances Cleveland remained a well-liked emissary (3) of encouragement to the devastated.

  • VPOTUS-pair Music Censorship 1948- Tipper Gore has delivered countless speeches, announcements, reports, and attended many meetings in connection with her community and political duties

  • UK-Duchess of York 1959- Sarah Ferguson

  • France-Emperor 1769-1821 Napoleon Bonaparte

  • POTUS-35 Profiles in Courage 1917-1963 John F. Kennedy

  • POTUS-43 Decision Points 1946- George W. Bush

  • POTUS-45 Play to Win 1946- Donald Trump

Extensive publications, including literary correspondence

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Multiplicity of communications events

  • Microsoft 1955- philanthropist Bill Gates was the iconic face of his company, frequently appearing in meeting with federal agents, gatherings of stockholders, and user conventions (3)

Much Advertising, Many photographs, Much cinema, Much radio-television


Many manual skills


A natural teacher and trainer, particularly in commercial subjects.

Excellent placement for group managers , especially when they are positioned at the top of large hierarchies.

Optimistic faith in their team

  • Shambala 1939-1987 Tulku Chogyam Trungpa + Budha-yuti- Surya * parivartamsha bhratrupathi-3 Shani-4. Supervised translation-interpretation teams with expectation to produce voluminous publication of classical Tibetan manuscripts into English print. He famously gave guidance but allowed the teams to largely determine their own outputs.

natural tendency to express appreciation for member contributions creates a "trickle-down" of organizational confidence.

Good for educational travel, tour guide, service learning, small-group facilitator, in-service professional training, corporate training, sales conferences, and neighborhood meetings.

Buoyant mental health, powerful optimism which raises the positive expectations of the group. Cheerful neighbor and willing friend.

Often too many siblings or the work team is too large, but Guru-3 = pleasant and philosophical despite competition for attention within the group.


Female's partner karaka = Guru

Often, the wife-figure meets her husband-figure (Guru) in a collaborative small-group setting, esp. involving siblings. The partner's expertise in communications is important to her, and the partner's ability to maintain a cheerful mentality may form the basis of the union.

First marriage for female characterized by much commercial activity, involvement in business, short-term travel for business and holidays, a great deal of planning, calendaring, communicating, and gathering in small groups for team conversation.

Notable interactions with the husband's siblings. The husband is often some type of business manager and the female is (paid or unpaid) part of his team.

Regardless of the external conditions of the union, the female can retain a respect for the power of positive thinking and a belief in its importance in her life.

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Beneficial younger sibling

fortune through the generous, open-minded younger sibling. Many friends and acquaintances. Likes to arrange gatherings of friends and family; and is in turn well-liked by the ensemble, the cohort, the team, and the neighbors.

Many Publications, own writings + others writings

Multiple and proliferating occasions for public speaking, writing, and publishing. Expansive and confident frame of mind.

Belief in the breadth of one's own convictions. Broadly certain that one's ideas are 'naturally right', compassionate, and doctrinally supported.

  • Waste Land 1888-1965 publisher T.S. Eliot was a well-known respected commercial literary publisher in addition to a poet of note

Much media; many sales

Can be an ideologue; confusing theory with practice

Guru in a natural bhava of Budha does tend to substitute broad philosophical views (Guru) for the more useful and necessary practical details (Budha) in matters of commercial business. Guru-3 can sabotage practical business operations.

Tends toward sloganistic scripted messages which may confuse principles with facts.

Ironically Guru-3 can warp the practical judgment and damage mental health via confusion of theory (Guru) with practice (Budha). A philosopher in the business office; daily tasks inflated to a too broad scope. One may rather dysfunctionally prefer "principle" over "product".

Nichha overconfidence

Ideas are inspiring, but execution may lack detailed plans. If Guru-nichha, overconfidence that one"will be understood" without a detailed knowledge of the audience.

Talks (3) about Faith (Guru)

3 = 9th from 7th. Beliefs (9) about marriage (7) can be particularly over-philosophical.

The marriage partner may be treated as a religious or philosophical phenomenon rather than as a human partner in day-to-day conversation.

  • The beliefs (Guru) of Waste Land 1888-1965 publisher T.S. Eliot * Guru + Mangala-3 (produced marital conditions of deep unhappiness yet he persisted. Eliot was an adult convert to the Church of England and a staunch advocate of orthodox Anglican theology. The catechism of that day completely proscribed divorce. Thus he remained married for some thirty years to his severely mentally ill wife, until her death in a mental institution. Upon her decease he quickly remarried into a happy relationship.

Often a successful explainer, trainer, instructor of Guru can stay focused on the measurable outcome rather than inflating the technical discourse to theory.

Outreach, extension, expansion of the message

Repetitive thought patterns center on wisdom matters: words and gestures; communications activities and policies, information proliferation, media outreach to young people.


  • Strong Guru in bhava-3= manu-facture = hand--craft = of objects of humanistic teaching via many hands

BPHS - Ch. 33

"Guru in Sahaja Bhava or giving a drishti to Sahaja Bhava will cause death by swelling or tumors."

"Consciousness will prevail at the time of death if Guru or Zukra are placed in Sahaja Bhava."

Das / Bepin Behari commentary upon Guru in bhava-3

"... something of a coward, yielding your wealth to your brothers and philosophizing rather than taking action or engaging in definite activities.

  • gain wealth but very often loses it. ... good for fame and prosperity.

Sometimes there are many brothers, but they suffer somehow.

  • Joint partnership amongst siblings is unfavorable.

  • Some will be more active than the others. All will thrive in separate ventures, either wealth or fame.

Best profession is that of teachers or lecturers.

  • Ungrateful, not a friend of friends, untrustworthy, little gain despite good luck, base.

  • You extend every help to your brothers, but there is no financial gain.

  • Miser, discredited, stingy, strong fraternal feelings, dyspepsia, unsuccessful with spouse, debauch.

Poor, crafty and ungrateful, loss of appetite, infirm, wicked; brother reputed. Melancholy, lean, hungry and lazy.

  • Impressive, skilled, ascetic, prospers at the cost of friends and distressed people.

  • Voyaging and traveling.

  • Despite wealth, lives poorly.... hopeful, cultured, jovial, kind, considerate, religious and philosophical in every kind of transaction.

Sincere, polite and rational in writing or dialogue.

  • Understands the popular thought.

  • Gain through education, literature, publishing, traveling, kinsmen, friends."


(BPL: 11th-from-5th)

Q: My Lagna Lord Jupiter is retrograde. What is the effect of this in general? A:

Retrograde vakra "crooked" direction makes a graha stronger.

Guru = multiplicity.

One will be obliged to repeat the behaviors of the planet multiple times in order to gain the predicted effect; yet when the predicted effect does materialize the results are structured, lawful, regular, and strong.

Your placement of Guru in rashi of Shani in bhratru bhava might make it difficult at first to feel relaxed and friendly with co-workers on the job. Kumbha environment = reserved and modest in nature; Guru-Kumbha = best suited to orderly, scientific environments.

  • You are not a quick socializer.

However after you become comfortable in the work group and have a chance to enjoy genuine philosophical conversations (3) with your co-workers, they will come to appreciate your broad mentality (3) and will welcome your friendship.

  • This ice-breaking process is slower for you, and sometimes you don't hear (3) instructions completely the first time.

It is necessary to listen (3) several times to explanations and instructions in order to comprehend all of the details.

However after you have the correct understanding, you are a very capable administrator and respected in your work-group for your orderly style of management (3).

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